Horse & Hound; 17 March 2016

  • In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 17 March, we bring you our showing special guest edited by top showman Robert Walker, packed full with information and features. Plus read reports from eventing at Oasby, showjumping from Hartpury College and point-to-pointing and racing from around the UK plus much more.

    What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 17 March 2016



    • Final qualifying places for Rio 2016 decided
    • Debate over Olympic eventing format continues
    • FEI suspends top names in endurance
    • New saftey campaign to educate dog owners
    • Athritis most common insurance claim
    • Showjumping Life: H&H’s guest editor’s plans, Hellow Sanctos to retire and young rider news



    • The best of my fun…: William Whitaker
    • Property: Equestrian homes in Norfolk
    • Vet clinic: Sticking stifles
    • H&H interview: Brian Toomey
    • Move it like…: Isabell Werth
    • Hunt hero: Veteran Welsh pony Chancer
    • The horse that made me…: Jeanette Brakewell


    • Letters: Your views
    • Editorial comment: H&H‘s guest editor Robert Walker
    • Eventing: Harry Meade
    • Dressage: David Pincus
    • Showjumping: William Badlan

    Showing special: guest edited by Robert Walker

    Showing special then&now

    • Then and now: Yesteryear’s stars compared to today’s intake
    • Access all areas: Sarah Parker
    • Show hunters: Where have they gone?
    • Intermediates: Serving their purpose as a halfway house before “proper” horse classes



    • Eventing: Oasby, Poplar Park and highlights
    • Dressage: Keysoe and regional highlights
    • Showjumping: Hartpury College, Bury Farm Pony Premier and highlights
    • Hunting: College Valley and Berwickshire by invitation of the Heythrop
    • Racing: Sandown, Kelso and bloodstock
    • Point-to-point: Friars Haugh, Parham, Bangor-on-Dee, Dalton Park and Hackwood Park


    • Horses for sale
    • Jobs

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